Hello! I think a long bob would look cute on you! :) If you have a round face shape, I’d recommend getting some layers a little past your jaw so they frame your face nicely. You can also consider side swept bangs with your bob as well. :)
You can definitely just ignore the clamp and use the iron like a wand… but if you wanna try the clamp again, then a helpful tip is to start clamping your hair midway and roll it towards your head. Then, release the clamp slightly so you can pull it down your hair and roll it up again. This way, you’ll ensure that most of the heat is going towards the top-middle. Your ends are the most damaged parts, so you should avoid putting heat on them too much. :)
I tell myself that in half an hour or an hour, it’ll be over so I might as well give my best. Sometimes, I’d imagine that my family or boyfriend is in danger, and the only way to save them is for me to pull, push, punch, kick, or run with all my might! xD
The massives that I’ve been to are EDC, Beyond Wonderland, POPNYE, POP the Dream, Identity, and I Love this City. A new one I’m going to this year is Hard Day of the Dead. :)
As far as shows, I’ve seen Kaskade, Swedish House Mafia, Alesso, Steve Aoki, Zedd, and Skrillex. <3
Hello beautiful! ^_____^
I totally agree with you and I think that’s awesome! You absolutely don’t need a ton of friends to fulfill your social needs; in fact, some of the best moments are made with only a few close friends. I love that you’re independent and happy! You know your goals and you know how to get there.
YOU GO GIRL! THANK YOU FOR SHARING WITH ME :D
Yeah, it isn’t easy and you will probably never forget that ex. Even though you two aren’t together anymore, he still made a huge impact in your life and you may always have a soft spot in your heart for him.
Don’t rush the process and take your time to move on. Focus your energy on other things in your life (school, job, friends, hobbies, etc.) so you won’t be stuck thinking about the same ol’ memories. When you’re ready for the next step, you will know. If you’re still stuck on your ex, then it’s probably wise not to get into another relationship right now. Give more time to yourself and enjoy the independence. I know you’ll get through this. :)
I came to the United States at age 7, and I started learning English by watching tons of cartoons. Since the characters spoke simple words, I was able to pick them up easily. Of course, school and reading helped a lot as well. I loved reading Fairy Tales and children’s books because I already knew the storyline in Vietnamese. From there, I could translate what the English words meant.
I remember I used to be super shy in elementary school, so I didn’t speak much and that hindered my learning. It was only until I cared less about what people think did I really improved. The key was surrounding myself with supportive and loving friends who makes me want to talk nonstop. :)
Aww thanks so much! :) The road we took to get to where we are now was a long one with lots of hills and valleys, but through it all, we’ve learned to understand and love each other better.
Although it may feel like you’re going to be single for the rest of your life, I promise you, if you open yourself to the possibility of love, you will find it or it will find you. <3 Often times, the opportunity will arrive unexpectedly. Try putting yourself out there more often. I know it’s hard when you’re shy, but with practice of exposure, you’ll feel comfortable meeting new people and groups. For starter, I’d recommend joining school clubs or activities. You can also join a gym or volunteer at organizations. If you’re at a party, ask your friends to introduce you to new people. You never know who you’re going to meet!
In the meantime, work on improving yourself and being confident and optimistic. Happy and positive people will naturally attract others towards them. When you know who you are, you’ll also have a better idea of what you want in a partner. Best of luck! I know your other half is out there somewhere ^_____^
He has the rights to his privacy, but I understand why you would be bothered by it. I think the best way is to just to talk to him and be honest. The next time you ask to play around with his phone and he doesn’t let you, casually ask why. Don’t make a big deal or accuse him of anything. Just tell him you’re curious. If he acts like he has something to hide, then tell him that his actions are making you feel a little concerned and insecure. Then, hopefully, you two can go from there and solve the problem!
I saw this when I was walking home, and it just made me sad.
This hits hard.